Friday, 25 January 2013

How To View & Edit Google Drive Presentations While Offline, Download And Install

Google propel makes certain you have access to your important documents no matter where you are. Though the prime concern with any cloud storage service is mislaying get access to to your facts and figures when you don’t have an internet attachment, which can and does occur at times even when you are least anticipating it. For causes like this and numerous other ones, Google propel has been proposing an offline mode that permits you to get get access to to your documents in Google Chrome even when you’re not online. In its latest revise, Google has added support for productions to this offline mode, permitting you to edit, outlook and present them without needing an internet attachment. It needs you establish two Chrome apps and change a few of your Google Drive backgrounds. The method is easy and comprehensive below.

Proceed to your google propel and elaborate the options on the left by banging ‘More’. In the amplified options, you will glimpse an ‘Offline Docs’ choice; bang it, and enable the offline mode. 

Offline - Google Drive
Next, you will need to install two Chrome apps, the first being the Google Drive Chrome app (not to be confused with the Google Drive app for your desktop). Viewing your documents offline has nothing to do with Google Drive’s desktop app, and it’s perfectly fine if you don’t even have it installed on your computer. In addition to the Google Drive Chrome app, you’ll also have to install the Google Slides Chrome app.
Google Drive Slide
You can now return to your Google Drive and create a presentation in it. With Slides installed and Google Drive’s offline mode enabled, you will be able to access the presentation even when there is no internet connection. To access the file, simply open the Google Slides Chrome app, cancel the option to create a new presentation, and from the File > Open option, go to your Google Drive and select the presentation you want to open. The presentation can be viewed, edited, or presented as a slideshow.
Offline Presentation
A yellow information bar at the top will indicate that you are in offline mode. If you’re editing the presentation, any changes you make will sync with the cloud when you go online again. In case you aren’t aware of it already, you can also enable offline mode for documents by installing the Google Docs Chrome App. Google has also promised to bring offline editing support for Google Spreadsheets, which can currently be only viewed and not edited when offline.
Although you can make use of Google Drive’s Dropbox-like syncing support to keep copies of all your files available across all your devices and edit your documents and presentations using a standalone office suite, that doesn’t work for your documents and presentations in Google Docs format. Having this offline support for offline spreadsheet editing can be a lifesaver for many of us who rely on Google Drive as our office suite. Do note that you will not be able to have offline access to your documents and presentations if you are using a Google Apps account with offline access disabled by its administrator.
Install Google Drive From Chrome Web Store
Install Slides From Chrome Web Store



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